Decline started from the disbandment of four area bands. Coming from the heaviest bands in the area, Decline formed and got even heavier. The band mixes old thrash and metal with modern Hardcore for a sound that literally rips through your skull as you listen to it. Called one of the tightest and most talented bands around Decline explodes on any stage. Topic: DECLINE
âFallâ, a 2 minute and 38 second sound piece by Scott F. Hall, may be taken as minimal prose composed of two elements: the single English work âfallâ which is contained in the title alone and the accompanying stereo sound which expresses the essence of this word. In all, the piece reflects the current state of international economic decline bluntly spearheaded by the formerly almighty dollar. Topics: fall, economic decline, sound
Remote sensing data have allowed us to analyze the state of the forest cover and its evolution in the Djelfa area over a period from 1972 to 2009. Analysis method based on the use of satellite images Landsat MMS 1972, TM 1987 and Landsat ETM 2001 and 2009 has been used. Based on supervised classification coupled with field surveys, forest areas and ecological balance were determined for the years 1972, 1987, 2001 and 2009. Results obtained show that the canopy occupied 54524 hectares in 1972,... Topics: Pine Forests, Decline, Djelfa, Algeria
I enjoy exploring the work of poets. Some poems become dated while others written long ago could have been written yesterday. That is the case here. Sandburg comments on the fate of civilizations and the fate of those seeking to stave off the inevitable. Topics: Carl Sandburg, civilizations, decline, futility, poetry
An interview with Dr. Luther Clements of the Oregon Institute of Technology, in which we discuss solar thermal power systems, the article "The Bright Future of Solar Powered Factories" by Kris de Decker, energy and environmental challenges of the near future, and the training of engineers to meet these challenges. Topics: solar energy, solar thermal power systems, engineering, economic decline, industrial decline
(October 10, 2010) After the worst has come to pass for the people of Israel and they have been exiled to Babylon, Jeremiah tells them to do the best they can with the situation they have: plant gardens, marry and have children, and work for the good of the place where they are living. We may not be in the most "fertile ground" for growing a church, but that is our intention as the people of God have always done. We will grow where we are planted. (Jeremiah 29: 1, 4-7). Topics: god, jesus, church, plant, obstacle, grow, poop, lemonade, decline, survive
Something happened over the last 50 years to this country? What could it have been? I ask you, you decide. Original Music by Digi Hartatak with public domain and fair usage images of current events and freely available statistics of American decline. Great for parties, funerals, and satanic rituals. Soundtrack here: http://www.archive.org/details/GiganticExpansionContraption ( 2 reviews ) Topics: NoiseCollector, politics, education, economy, deficit, decline, america, global, doom
Check out: reviewers are praising the provocative book which challenges marriage as the first choice for women. You can live your life to the fullest today without compromising your autonomy! Order DON'T SAY I DO! and learn how. This book can really change your life! http://www.facebook.com/dontsayido Topics: marriage decline, widowed women, divorce, cohabitation, relationships, dating, love, sex
"Dem Dry Bones" (April 3, 2011) In his vision, Ezekiel sees a valley of dry bones that, with the Breath of God, are able to live. He is told that these bones represent the people of God. Where do we see dried out bones among the people of God today? Where, amid the predictions of church decline and irrelevance, might God's Spirit breathe new life, that these bones might live? (Ezekiel 37:1-14) Topics: god, jesus, sermon, life, hope, church, decline, membership
"Foggara" certainly reflects a system of conventional irrigation, which has long served as caravan dwellers and roaming in their travels through the Sahara. But, it reports ingenious irrigation process conjecture, is adapting to the climate, inherent social context to this region. It’s a method for groundwater capture who assured the payment of local institutions in the Algerian Sahara. History testified to an evolution of the oasis, where the parties y related to abandoned, while... Topics: Foggara, Hydraulic Monument, Decline, Heritage Approach to Backup, Timmoun/Gourara
This is the last message in our series "A Story Ofâ¦" In this message we look at the church of Sardis and see what we can learn from them as we write our story as the Cherry Street Bible Church here in Plymouth PA. Topics: Jesus, history, small groups, church decline, strengthen, discipleship, Our Story
As the State of Arizona begins to sink into dysfunction it makes one final attempt to control it's border. Our Secretary of State is in South America back on June 8th announcing that the current administration is going forward with a lawsuit against Arizona. They are suing Arizona for enforcing existing federal immigration law. Our own government thinks the rights of drug smugglers and trespassers are more important than it's native born citizens. The churches provide a crutch in the hopes of... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: noisecollector, immigration, arizona, border, crime, language, culture, decline
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire is a non-fiction history book written by English historian Edward Gibbon and published in six volumes. Volume I was published in 1776, and went through six printings. Volumes II and III were published in 1781; volumes IV, V, VI in 1788–89. The original volumes were published in quarto sections, a common publishing practice of the time. The work covers the history of the Roman Empire, Europe, and the Catholic Church from 98 to 1590 and... Topics: decline, decline and fall, decline and fall of rome, decline and fall of the roman empire, ancient...
byPeterson Institute for International Economics, Washington
Dambisa Moyo delivered the Peterson Institute's 2011 Whitman Lecture, "America's Hobson's Choice," on March 9, 2011. Moyo is the author of the recent best-seller Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa and has just published a new book entitled How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly and the Stark Choices Ahead. Her lecture focused on the policy mistakes of the West that has led it onto a path of economic decline and what crucial and... Topics: Dambisa Moyo, United States, economic decline, Peterson Institute for International Economics, PIIE
The school district, RSU 10, in Maine is facing the need to close school buildings to save money. Superintendent Craig King held public forums to inform the community about the situation and seek their input as to which buildings to close, and which to keep open. On March 16, he addressed a public forum in Dixfield, Maine. Topics: Schools, school buildings, Maine, school closings, student population decline, school budgets
Another year older and closer to death. Uncle Sam suffers from numerous parasitic infections and is in denial. Images used under the fair usage clause of US copyright law for non-commercial, educational and satiric portrayal of public figures. Original music by Digi Hartatak released under Creative Commons Attribution. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Independence Day, 4th of July, american revolution, birthday, disaster, cancer, decline, genocide
Joining Big Talk hosts Suzanne Murphy and Al Brewer are two media experts, Anthony Ronzio and Michael Cuzzi. Ronzio is the New Media Director for the Sun Media Group, one of Maine's oldest, locally-owned media companies. Michael Cuzzi is the Senior Vice President and Manager of VOX Global's Portland office. VOX Global is a bipartisan public affairs and strategic communications firm with extensive government, political, private sector and nonprofit experience. Topics: new media, twitter, online news, newspapers decline, journalism and the internet
Dambisa Moyo takes audience questions following her lecture, "America's Hobson's Choice," delivered at the Peterson Institute for International Economics on March 9, 2011. Topics: Dambisa Moyo, United States, economic decline, Peterson Institute for International Economics, PIIE
Insight Radio (insighttalkradio.com) hosts a professional government-employed assassin on the state of China, terrorism and the decline of the West. For more Insight Radio programs, see http://www.insighttalkradio.com Topic: killer assassin terrorism china decline of west rise of east contract secret service
This is a four part series of reports, titled "Race to the Bottom," was produced in 2015 by the California Faculty Association (CFA), which represents over 20,000 faculty who teach in the California State University system. The series documents the systematic de-funding and de-valuing of faculty by CSU administrators between 2004 and 2014. During this time, the percentage of tenure track faculty teaching at CSU declined from 43% to 40% (the lowest percentage in over 15 years, perhaps... Topics: California State University (CSU), Charles B. Reed, Timothy P. White, neoliberalism, adjunct,...
Illegally imported Northern Pike have devastated the trout of Lake Davis, and would do the same elsewhere if they escape. Should state officials poison Lake Davis to kill the pike? They tried already and failed several years ago; locals are skeptical. The decline of key fish in the Delta has scientists concerned. What's behind it, and what does it mean for the Delta? State officials and other experts talk about the state of the Delta, and how to best ensure its health into the future. Topics: Pike Poisoning, trout, Lake Davis, Delta decline, KXJZ, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento public...
This video presents the invigorating book DON'T SAY I DO! Why Women Should Stay Single by Orna Gadish. Timely and relevant DON'T SAY I DO! is available since July 2012. Check out: reviewers are praising the provocative book which challenges marriage as the first choice. You can live your life to the fullest today without regretting anything or apologizing to anyone. Order DON'T SAY I DO! now. This book can really change your life! www.amazon.com/Dont-Say-Do-Should-Single/dp/0882823825... Topic: Marriage on the DECLINE!!! Single Women Must See!!! DON'T SAY I DO! by Orna Gadish
This brief article presents the introduction and draft of the fundamental ideas developed at length in the book of the same title, which gives a challenging point of view about science and its history/philosophy/sociology. Science is in decline. After centuries of great achievements, the exhaustion of new forms and fatigue have reached our culture in all of its manifestations including the pure sciences. Our society is saturated with knowledge which does not offer people any sense in their... Topics: Science, Philosophy of Science, History of Science, Sociology of Science, Decline